Schneider Electric has signed energy savings improvement programs with three school districts in New Jersey. The agreements are with the Delran Township School District, Pennsauken Public Schools and the West Deptford School District. In all, 21 facilities are involved. The $4.5 million Delran project will involve multiple projects, including new air conditioning units, lighting retrofits …Continue Reading
Orem, with a population of almost 90,000 (according to the 2010 census), is the fifth largest city in Utah. An ongoing project has grown from street light replacements to encompass a wide variety of energy upgrades and retrofits. The city’s initial goal was to replace 5,128 street lights. Before the issuance of a request for …Continue Reading
Trane is partnering with Birmingham, AL, to improve energy savings in 125 city structures. The $61.3 million project is aimed at cutting energy and operational costs 30 percent annually and to save more than $100 million during the next twenty years. The press release says that water upgrades will be made in 119 building; HVAC …Continue Reading
Alpen High Performance Products has introduced a fixed window package providing an R10 insulation value, the company says. The rating on the ZR10 double-film fixed window design was attested to by National Certified Testing Laboratories and the National Fenestration Rating Council. The windows are eligible for Energy Star certification. The company says that the ZR10 …Continue Reading
Batts–individual sections of insulation–don’t do the trick. Encircling a building from top to bottom saves energy and provides other, more subtle, benefits.
Insulation is important — and evolving. Within the last couple of months there have been changes to requirements in California and New York City and a green insulation standard has been introduced.
Ameresco has signed a $72.2 million agreement to retrofit four federal buildings in Washington, D.C.
OpTerra Energy Services’ Commercial and Industrial Division has completed a project that will significantly reduce energy consumption at the City Crescent Building, a historical structure in Baltimore.
Both the quality of an organization and the energy efficiency of the building that houses it start at the top. In one case, it’s the business plan. In the other, it’s the roof.